Release

“The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought”

Love that quote, it’s so true – at least for me anyway – once the music gets going I am transported to a happier person.  Could it be because it’s so loud I can’t hear all the stupid stuff going on around me – maybe so – but is that so wrong.

Anyway, way back in November, Cocoa Daisy held the Fall Online Crop – these crops are way fun, full of challenges and zany antics – I don’t know how the keyboards of some of these ladies stand up to the pressure.  One of the challenges was to use labels on a page, now if you’re thinking wow took her a while to post that layout – fear not, I’m not holding out on you – it’s taken me this long to finish the darn thing.  You might think I was holding out for something special, nope just a complete breakdown in ability to complete anything art related.

So for the labels, I used these great CD labels that look like vintage vinyl records I found at the Container Store – don’t blame me if you go get these and end up with $100 of other organizational crap – willpower, it’s your friend, not mine obviously – but hopefully somebody’s.

Back to the layout…

Love this photo, if this is your first time here – this is not me – wish it was.  I think there was another challenge to use your handwriting.

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3 responses to “Release

  1. I LOVE what music does for me. If only for a few hours to be transported to another world, music is my passport. When I worked at TCS, I always wanted to buy those labels yet never knew what to use them for. YOU gave them a whole new name, thanks for inspiring me!

  2. OMG! This page is totally amazing! I love everything about it – from the stockings to the record.

  3. Wow! This is an AMAZING layout! I LOVE it! All of it! And, yes, I will go to The Container Store and promise not to blame you for all the other stuff I end up bringing home with those labels! Lol!

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